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1. First connect your ipod to computer and avoid itune autosync. 2. to avoid auto-sync, press shift and ctrl key of your keyboard when you are connecting your ipod to computer. 3. Hold shift and ctrl keys and open itunes (normally itune will open automatically when you connect ipod). Don't let go of Shift+Ctrl. • Wait until the iPod shows in the Source list under itune devices (it take sometime to show ipod in device of itune while, but don't let go of Shift+Ctrl) Note: itune ark one pop up message to choose an existing library or to create a new one. Click on Create a new one so that it can just open. Once it shows up, close iTunes
If you have the Nano with the smaller screen measuring 1" x 1.25" and got it 3 years ago, you most likely have the 2nd generation. Apple doesn't really have cases on their site for the older nano. I have the same one and purchased my case at Target. They have a good selection of 3rd party (non-Apple branded) cases. You can also check an Apple store if you have one close by.
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The problem is that the battery gets old and swells up and presses on the back of the button. I had to pop it open after watching a few youtube instructions, but the only way to get the button to stay unstuck was to leave the case slightly open at the top. When I close the case the swollen battery stops it working again. Tried removing the foam backing from the hard drive, but this did not help. It still works great now in my docking station but I would not want to take it portable with the case not properly closed.
i bought an ipod from an authorised store 25 days ago, after downloading from the computer it is not working. where shall
i get it repaired? can you refer a person\place/ any address please
my contact no. 9341274355
my e mail id -email@example.com
Yes, it is possible for a battery to die, though 2 or 3 months is a bit short. If you have some way of proving the date of purchase you should be able to take the iPod to an Apple store and talk to one of the "Genius" guys. If it is a battery it should still be covered under warranty. If it isn't covered under warranty, they will be able to get a replacement battery for you which would be cheaper than buying a new one.
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